1950s stock music used on industrial films and television programmes. Composed by B. Loose.
May 24, 2010
"Going Home" Music
As a kid from the 50's, I can certainly say this music is a delight. As a person who is making a "documentary" about his family, I would love to use some of these delightful tunes, but don't know if I have the right to. Can anyone tell us what rights there are? Thanks so much to the person who uploaded these melodies. You've got great taste in music.
January 7, 2010
Even More Sitcom Gold! Golly!
My standard write up about this music:
"I needed generic industrial film music - free, of course - and here it is! All the cozy and mood-enhancing background music to use in YOUR faux-1950s industrial film parody. Or as snotty cartoon music pastiches echoing the early Hanna-Barbera era. It's so earnestly retro it hurts. A lot. There are two collections of music like this in The Archive, both composed by "B. Loose and J. Seely." When Robert Young or Donna Reed came home for warm family antics, this is what they heard. When the president of a no-name factory needed music to accompany the activities of his happy workers, THIS was the music. Me? I'll use it for a fake documentary about the coffee shop I work at. Real day-in-the-life stuff. It has to be heard. This is The Real Deal, kids. Wow!"